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Dining rooms we love | Summer 2020

Above and below: Design by Forbes Rix Design

Photos by: Natalie Dinham Photography

A total renovation was required for this beautiful Late Georgian cottage with a rather gloomy sixties extension. We wanted the house to feel contemporary and light, but with a distinct nod to the traditional. We introduced a bespoke glass partition to create a multi-purpose utility room with a work area and downstairs WC. Every corner of the cottage is used to accommodate the family’s needs.

A dining room was added on to the new kitchen, which is flooded with light from a large contemporary roof light and a wall of glass doors, providing an intimate connection to the trees and plants in the patio outside.

Adelaide, South Australia

Below: Large Detached Period House, Hampton Court (UK)

This was a total reconfiguration and refurbishment of a very large period property. The brief from our clients was to create a quirky and eclectic family home using personal artefacts that they had acquired over the years.

Thoughtful spatial planning was essential to transform what was essentially a gutted shell of a building into a sumptuous yet informal home, perfect for entertaining.

Photos by: Natalie Dinham Photography and Alex Wilson Photography

Below: design by Grant White

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